Obituary – Mrs. Harriet Nichols
East Liverpool Tribune
Lisbon, March 27 – Mrs. Harriet A. Nichols, aged 72, widow of the late Judge William A. Nichols, died at 5 o’clock last evening (March 27, 1911).
at her home on East Washington street after an illness of a few days. About a week ago she contracted a severe cold which developed into pneumonia. Since then there was practically little hope for recovery and early yesterday morning she lapsed into unconsciousness.
Mrs. Nichols was born and lived all of her life in Lisbon. For many years she was a leader in the social life of the city. She was born here April 5, 1839. Mrs. Nichols was a daughter of David Anderson, well known school master of Lisbon in pioneer days. In 1864 she was married with William A. Nichols, then a young law student. They began housekeeping on East Washington street, where Mrs. Nichols death occurred.
For many years she was a member of the Presbyterian church here and was one of the most prominent workers.
She is survived by one daughter, Miss Carrie, and one sister, Mrs. R. T. Blockson, of this city, and one brother, Morgan T. Anderson, of Alliance. Funeral services have not been arranged.